By Christine M. Houser
Often, info in evaluation books can increase as many questions because it solutions. This interferes with the research procedure, as the learner needs to both search for more information or bypass forward with out really comprehending what she or he has learn. as a substitute, Pediatric Infectious ailment: A virtually Painless Review offers bite-size chunks of knowledge that may be learn and processed swiftly, supporting freshmen to stick lively whereas learning and to choose up new info the 1st time they learn it. This book's query and resolution layout permits self-testing or examine with a accomplice or a bunch. The structure additionally allows dipping into the e-book in the course of a couple of minutes of downtime on the health center or workplace. Pediatric Infectious affliction: A virtually Painless Review is a brief and straightforward solution to grasp difficult infectious ailment themes and is acceptable for these learning for the pediatric board examination, working towards physicians brushing up their talents, and any busy clinician who desires to study extra approximately this subject whereas at the go.
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4. Why is cutaneous diphtheria important? It is a big reservoir for infection in warm climates How long is the incubation period for diphtheria? 1–6 days Which type of diphtheria is most dangerous? Laryngeal (due to easy compromise of the airway) Which form of diphtheria is most likely to produce a carrier state? Nasal What are the four main factors that determine how severe a particular case of diphtheria is likely to be? 1. 2. 3. 4. Nasal (infants, especially) Pharyngotonsillar Laryngeal Cutaneous Prior immunization (less severe) Virulence (toxigenic form is worse) Time to antitoxin (less is better) Location of membrane (laryngeal) What are the four main complications of 1.
2. 3. 4. Nasal (infants, especially) Pharyngotonsillar Laryngeal Cutaneous Prior immunization (less severe) Virulence (toxigenic form is worse) Time to antitoxin (less is better) Location of membrane (laryngeal) What are the four main complications of 1. Airway obstruction/compromise diphtheria? 2. Myocarditis 3. Renal tubular necrosis 4. Demyelination of motor nerves What precautions should you take with hospitalized diphtheria patients? Respiratory isolation until 3 consecutive cultures from infection sites are negative What is the mainstay of treatment for diphtheria infection?
Yes Are patients with ascaris usually symptomatic? No – If the infection is only moderate, most are asymptomatic If a patient is diagnosed with ascaris, what other things should you look for? Other parasites (often multiple infections) How is ascaris treated? A single dose of pyrantel pamoate (causes an eosinophilic bronchopneumonia) (alternate regimen for kids older than 2 years: mebendazole for 3 days) Where does aspergillus usually cause infection? The lung Is aspergillus likely to cause infection in HIV+/AIDS patients?